Business Tips: A Smarter Goal Than Fast Money | Interview with Milana Rabkin Lewis

Business Tips: A Smarter Goal Than Fast Money | Interview with Milana Rabkin Lewis

Awesome Tip: A Smarter Goal Than Fast Money | Interview with Milana Rabkin Lewis

For this interview, Gary sits down with Stem CEO Milana Rabkin Lewis. Stem makes it easy for artists and labels to distribute music, manage contracts, share data, split royalties and more all while staying independent. Gary and Milana have a really great conversation around their entrepreneurial experiences, being an artist in the digital era, the impact of social platforms on music and more. Be sure to check the comments for the full list of timestamps… Enjoy!

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35 Replies to “Business Tips: A Smarter Goal Than Fast Money | Interview with Milana Rabkin Lewis”

  1. There's going to be a merger/buy out between her Company and Ted's- it's the perfect match, their core competencies strengthen each other's "weaknesses" and there's just enough of an overlap for it to make prudent business sense.

    The BEST part is that they respect each other!

  2. Start of the talk: I had to dig really deep to find the right company "Stem" on Google for this just to figure out she's from my country. Talk about hidden gems. Cheers from Lithuania.

    End of the talk: "So where can people find your platform? at" Facepalm.

  3. I love how in the first 30 seconds we have an example of Gary changing his mind on something. It demonstrates he's willing to adjust for the greater good without caring for judgement. I felt I already got some value and it's not even the meat of thee podcast .

  4. @15:09 the song she’s thinking of is “Watch Me” the Whip and NayNay song. I remember bc my career blew up that year and I kept trying to figure out how to make a dance for one my songs and kept looking at that one as a reference

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